Airmic celebrates biggest contributors of 2019

Published on Mon, 02/12/2019 - 16:17

Airmic has recognised the people and organisations that have made an outstanding contribution to the association over the last 12 months.

At its annual Dinner at the Hilton Hotel, Park Lane, it singled out seven individuals and seven organisations for their exceptional input into the association's activities during 2019.

Airmic's CEO, John Ludlow, commented: "We are extremely fortunate to have a network of high calibre and engaged members and supporting organisations. They are the foundation of everything we do, so it's important to recognise and thank them for their contributions.

"Much of Airmic's projects, training and technical output relies on the expertise and time of the Airmic community, for which we're very grateful. These awards are just a small way of saying thank you."

The award winners were:

Most active Airmic member (events attended) CPD points 
Ben Cooney, intu

Highest rated conference 2019 workshop
Cyber Breach LIVE – managing a business through a cyber event 

Most read Airmic News article 
‘An overview of insurance premium taxation across Europe’ written by Sovos

Highest rated ERM 2019 workshop 
Enterprise risk management – keys to sustainable programmes
Presented by David Denyer, Cranfield School of Management & Hazel Whittaker, Croda

Most active corporate group 
Kidlington Properties

Most read technical report 
‘Emerging risks’ mini survey report, written by KPMG

Most active student
David Ross (Bournemouth University)
Jose Vinevala (Glasgow Caledonian University)  

Highest attended academy workshop
Governance and the Board - Articulating risk 

Most active Special Interest Group 
‘Enterprise Risk Management’ Chaired by Claire Coombes

Most outstanding member contribution 
Matthew Mcewan - Coca-Cola & Mark Dawson - Thomas Cook